Marshall's good Plan
Sixty years ago, the 5th of June, general George Marshall, US secretary of State, gave a short speech at the Harvard University nobody understood of. He himself wasn't too sure what it meant. Back to the State Department, he asked his advisors who had actually written the text: "Can someone explain to me what that Plan that's got my name is about?"
George Marshall on the phone (drawing): "What about the name Francky? Yeah, alright, why not...